You're most likely familiar with David Allen's Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology. It's a brilliant life planning process that has spawned a whole industry of websites and apps that attempt to make it even better.
There's just one problem with it...
There are several contexts you put your tasks in, such as grouping all your @computer tasks together, your @running errands together, etc. Then he throws in a list that you call "someday/maybe". This is where you put things like "Get a black belt, learn skydiving, write a novel,"etc.
Maybe...? What's up with that? You put that word in front of anything and it only means one thing...
you're not going to do it.
Call it someday, but leave out the maybe. And while you're at it get rid of these words as well:
Try, should, hope, wish, around to it and might.
These words are copouts, when put in front of your goal, dream or plan these remove all responsibility from you, it's like giving yourself a pass.
Don't fall into this trap. When you erase wishy-washy words from your daily use, commit to your dreams and become decisive...doors will open.
Life's a highway... start the engine and drive it like you mean it.
Now go jump start your day.